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Old 06-06-2007, 11:21 AM
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just unbolt the damper from the hub.DO NOT remove 27mm bolt or you will need to make sure that it engages the keyway on the crank as it goes back on[which you can't see] i have had several cars come into my shop where someone who didn;t know any better took off the hub and then hammered thehub back on.it lasts for a while and then all the belt driven accessories dont work.at that point if we are lucky we can save the crankshaft.by the way when you take out the six or seven bolts from the damper assembly make sure that you mark position as they only go back one way.[that's how timing mark stays correct].
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